Is Separate Ever Equal?
Glad I got a chance to check out the homie Munch Joseph’s (CEO of HedRush Agency) show “Is Separate Ever Equal?” at DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities’ space in their HQ. In fact, it was too important of a show not to miss. The concept was Joseph curating a show centered around the 1954 Supreme Court case of Brown v. Board of Education. Five separate cases representing five jurisdictions across our nation were consolidated under one, each calling for gross societal inequities to be resolved.
Munch selected a range of contemporary artists who addressed these and other questions related to this topic. Visual art, public programming, thematic live performances and a series of lectures and demonstrations. To check out some of the works click
Posted on August 31, 2017, in Uncategorized and tagged art, artgallery, artshow, artwork, blackhistory, brownvsboardofeducation, draw, education, gallery, hedrush, inequality, munchjoseph, paint, racialinjustice, racism, separatebutequal, studio, supremecourt, washingtondc. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.